06-07-2011 07:58 AM CET - Sports

Pikimal Creates 2011 Baseball Piki

Press release from: Pikimal

PITTSBURGH, PA – With thirty teams playing over 150 games a season, baseball can be a difficult sport to follow. For those die hard baseball fans or even the casual viewer, it can be nearly impossible to keep up with all of the stats.

Pikimal, an online decision engine, created a 2011 MLB teams Piki (think of it like a Wiki for picking) that allows users to easily see how teams are doing, such as “best team for home record” or “best team for batting average.” The rankings are constantly updated with the latest stats.

This is one of several new Pikis focusing on helping users keep up with something rather than simply helping them choose something. Others include NFL teams and PGA Golfers.

Pikimal was created to help users make the difficult choices in their lives. People want to make informed decisions, but the effort of educating oneself on all topics is overwhelming. That’s where Pikis come in. Thanks to Pikimal, you don’t need to be a breeder to know the right dog for your family or a ski expert to know the perfect resort for your weekend getaway. Finding the best products for your lifestyle or the solution to difficult online choices has become painless thanks to the power of Pikimal.

Visit Pikimal’s MLB 2011 Piki here: http://2011-mlb-team.pikimal.com/

Pikimal is Pittsburgh-based and founded in February 2010. We plan to separate great products from great marketing and make decision-making simple and collaborative. We allow users to pick nearly anything and determine what about that product or topic matters specifically to them.

Pikimal, LLC
700 River Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Brian Ewing

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